The HIT centre is equipped by all these equipments that allow to create and prototype innovative and advanced instrumentation for scientific research.

Drone (dji Phantom 4) is a unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), an aircraft without a human pilot on board. It can be piloted using a remote control by a human operator, on a stand-alone basis or by onboard computers. It can be used for video analysis, commercial aerial photography, surveillance and innovative scientific applications.
Arduino is a open source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It is utilized by all the people that would like to create interactive projects in order to test their ideas (e.g. music and medical projects, robots, etc.). Arduino is capable to perceive the surrounding environment by receiving analogical and digital inputs from many sensors: based on this information inputs, it can directly control lights, motors, and other actuators.